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April 16, 2019
Following the fall of Suharto’s three-decade presidency in 1998, Indonesian citizens embraced democracy and have since successfully completed four national elections and experienced peaceful transitions of power. The election on April... Read More
April 11, 2019
As Guatemala approaches general elections on June 16, 2019, the country is facing impressive challenges. In addition to the offices of President and Vice President, Guatemalan voters will select 158 deputies to the national assembly and 340 mayors. This year is the first time that Guatemala’s... Read More
March 22, 2019
This weekend, Thais will go to the polls for their first general election in eight years. Since 2014, Thailand has been under a military led government, creating an environment where civic and political participation is severely limited. Approximately seven million young adults will participate in... Read More
March 19, 2019
In recent weeks Ugandan media has reported several... Read More
February 22, 2019
El pasado jueves 7 de febrero, el Tribunal Supremo Electoral de El Salvador (TSE), en conferencia de prensa hizo oficiales los resultados del escrutinio final de la elección presidencial período 2019-2024, obteniendo el triunfo Nayib Bukele del Partido Gran Alianza por la Unidad Nacional (GANA). El... Read More
February 13, 2019
El triunfo en primera vuelta de Nayib Bukele en las elecciones de El Salvador el 3 de febrero no debiera ser una gran sorpresa. La mayoría de las encuestas lo daban como amplio ganador, pero muchos dudaban que esto ocurriera debido a las malas y fallidas experiencias de las encuestadoras alrededor... Read More
February 07, 2019
On February 2, Venezuelan citizens again took to the streets to protest Nicolas Maduro and reclaim their democracy. Although the situation is still developing, it is important to debunk some of the more popular myths circulating on ... Read More
February 01, 2019
On January 23rd, as National Assembly President Juan Guaido swore in as Interim President of Venezuela, the international community faced an important choice, one that would have serious consequences for the people of Venezuela. The United States, members of the Lima Group, the... Read More
January 28, 2019
Elections have consequences. Sometimes unintended ones. Holding elections does not mean a country is democratic; however, no country can be a democracy without them. If elections are free and fair, they can express the will of the people and determine the direction of the country. If they are... Read More
January 28, 2019
Nestled in the Southern African region, Malawi will hold presidential, parliamentarian and local council elections on May 21, 2019. Considering the outcomes of their last elections held in 2014, all eyes from the region and international community are on the country as they rapidly approach... Read More

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